How about a COHAT??
What’s that ??
A Complete Oral Health Assessment and Treatment. (COHAT) includes the following:
During your pet’s Dental procedure we evaluate the oral cavity for lesions or masses, perform full-mouth radiographs of all teeth and probe each tooth for excess depth and pocketing at the gum line, a common indication of bone disease.
The teeth are ultrasonically scaled to remove built-up plaque and calculus. If necessary, we perform root planing by hand to remove diseased tissue associated with periodontal disease.
We then polish the enamel on the teeth and apply a fluoride treatment.
Dr. Connor performs simple and surgical dental extractions utilizing flap procedures as necessary.
We are proud to offer Guided Tissue Regeneration. This procedure is utilized to grow bone. New bone growth can save teeth from extraction.
Remember bad breath is NOT NORMAL!! 75% of all dogs and cats display some form of periodontal disease by age 3!!
Call us to discuss your companion’s oral health. We are happy to help!!
Check us out this story about us on www.Solwal.com!!
All photographs courtesy of Manny Chavez, Solwal.com.
Did you know that many local plants such as Lantana and Sago Palm are toxic to dogs? Several types of lilies (Easter lilies, Tiger lilies, Asiatic lilies) are rapidly fatal to cats.
Common foods that we eat daily such as: chocolate, raisins, grapes, Macadamia nuts, onions and Xylitol sweetener can also be harmful to your pet.
If your pet has ingested a toxic plant or food, please call Kindness, then call
The Pet Poison Helpline. This service is available 24/7.
Kindness Pet Hospital is proud to launch our new website and unveil a new logo! We hope you like our new look! Please visit our site often, as we are adding content daily!!
Our logo is based on a very important member of Dr. Connor’s family. The dog depicted in the logo was designed in memory of Dr. Connor’s Belgian sheepdog, Emmee. “Emmee was my constant companion before kids and throughout veterinary school. We were together all the time. I miss her so much, and think of her every time I look at our logo”.
Look here for information and topics of interest about your pet!!